Anthony: Ok lets just get into it... You popped James Huntsman's cherry so to speak, even though he fucked the shit out of you :) What was this like to be his "first" on camera fuck? Quite the honor, you lucky fucker.
Cody: It was interesting; he was quite nervous and not all too sure what to do. It was similar to teaching someone how to top for the first time. He pretty much had 2 modes - hard and fast, and hard but not quite so fast, though he didn't really know much about the prostate. With some direction I was able to get him to hit the spot a few times. It's a weird dynamic with a scene partner who has reservations about what you're doing in the scene, sometimes nervous or not wanting to perform certain actions, I guess being his first, so to speak, is something to note, though I guess I'd actually rather have a scene with a slutty gay boy who knows what he's doing rather than a straight boy who I have to teach every step of the way. However I give him props, Huntsman was a very relaxed guy to work with, and even though he had his restrictions he was very cool about it all.
Anthony: So, you've also worked with Rod Daily, Trystan Bull and Alex Waters for Next Door Studios. Can you tell us your experience working for NDS, and is it anything like it's been painted out to be lately?
Cody: I've been paired almost entirely with straight scene partners. While I don't want to get into specifics of any particular performer, I will say that the ones which are open to perform are far easier to work with.Yes, there are times when I am really into my scene partner and it doesn't really matter to me what their restrictions are. I just enjoy touching them and servicing them. However this is not usually the case. When you are paired with someone who does not perform any number of various sensual interactions with their scene partner, particularly when they are less your type, it is a major turn off. For instance if I am partnered with a boy who's my type I could almost care less what we end up doing I'll enjoy it anyway. But if I am paired with a partner who is not my type then the sensual or even basic sexual contact becomes necessary to not only enjoy the scene but to simply stay hard and aroused enough to keep going.
Besides just working on set, it is really clear in the video after when scene partners are acting their way through it instead of actually interacting to illicit the responses they give off. There are definitely straight guys who perform, and do so very well. They either act the part and get involved with their scene partner or actually get into it. But when you have a scene partner who is straight and does not perform, not only does it make filming hard but it also makes you look bad in the video when you can clearly tell everything you do or say is forced because no one is really into what is going on. Outside of filming, the studio is very relaxed, very nice staff that are awesome to hang out with and work with. But be careful as sometimes the dinner that they serve is not necessarily the best food for a bottom to eat the night before a morning shoot. My impression of the studio is that the people are generally pretty cool but when it comes to picking the "talent", they should give it a second look.
Anthony: Sometimes I can get into kinky stuff, and watching you at Bound Gods and Bound In Public is quite fun. What is it like to work a shoot like these and how does it differ from a normal sex shoot? What is the kinky shit that really gets you off?